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Thursday, February 12, 2004

10 Ways to Fight Malware

TechTV | Top 10 Ways to Fight Malicious Code

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Events Home

Events Home

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Wednesday, February 11, 2004

Oringinal Star Wars strikes DVD

The original three films will be released in September as a
DVD box set. It's about time!

posted by Geek at 11:12 AM : Permalink :

Citrix Product Lifecycle

Citrix announced some product lifecycle changes a couple weeks ago. If you are running Metaframe 1.8 today you better take a look at this chart and plan your migration to Metaframe XP. End of Maintenance (EOM) is probably the most important thing to be concerned with and that ends on 6/30/2005 for all non-XP versions.

Here are the different designations:

Notice of Status Change (NSC) is the announcement to initiate a product into the end of life process. This typically will signify an end of development for new features and enhancements of a product. The product announcement will provide details on the specifics of the status change. An end of sales (EOS) date and end of maintenance (EOM) date may also be provided at this time.

End of Sales (EOS) is the date that the product will no longer be available for purchase. There will be a minimum 90 days notice for an EOS date. The end of sales date reflects the beginning of the extended phase.

End of Maintenance (EOM) is the date that support from a code maintenance level will no longer be occurring. This type of support is typically in the forms of service packs & hot fixes. There will be a minimum of 12 months notice for an EOM date.

End of Life (EOL) signals the end of life for the product after which time there will be no further support of any level available. This date will be a minimum of six months from the EOM date.

Citrix Product Matrix Table

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Super Bowl Ads

Want to see the Super Bowl ads again? If so, check out IFILM Super Bowl Ads. You gotta love the IBM Linux ad.

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Tuesday, February 10, 2004

What to Get A Geek for Valentine's Day

Roses are #FF0000
Violets are #0000FF
chown -R you ~/base


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Monday, February 09, 2004

The Virus Underground

The NY Times Magazine had a great feature this past weekend about young Malware authors and what motivates them to write malicious code. The Virus Underground

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Microsoft Kitchen Of The Future

Look out Emeril, here comes Bill! Microsoft Home has a feature on what the Kitchen Of The Future might look like.

posted by Geek at 1:55 AM : Permalink :

Dell Linux Blog

It looks like the engineers at Dell are getting serious about Linux. They are publishing their own Linux Blog.

posted by Geek at 1:31 AM : Permalink :


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